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2020 TTB Bootcamp Introduction

This introductory session kicks off the TTB’s 2020 four-part bootcamp for brewers, a series designed to give both new and established brewers explanations, tips, and reminders on how to stay compliant with TTB regulations. This session covers three topics: An overview …Read More

Crafting a Contactless Hospitality Program

In this seminar, we discuss how to convert your once-bustling hospitality program to a virtual and contact-free experience that your customers appreciate and continue to return to during this unprecedented time. You’ll be guided through how to pivot to a new business …Read More

Safety Bootcamp Part 3: Heat and Pressure Hazards, Confined Spaces and Lockout/Tagout, and Operating During COVID-19

The Brewers Association Safety Bootcamp is designed for brewers, cellar workers, packagers, managers, and owners. This bootcamp is focused on identifying and reducing hazards in the brewery. In this session, our final installment, a hand-picked team of brewing industry safety …Read More

Optimizing CIPs for Water Savings

Cleaning and sanitation within a brewery are critical to good beers; but these activities use a lot of water in the process. Speakers in this session have an incredibly amount of experience and knowledge that you won’t want to miss. …Read More

Sanitation in your Brewery: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Sanitation in a brewery of any size involves more than just good CIP practices. Numerous items are all working for (or against) your success in producing clean, consistent beer. This seminar will lexamine the brewery as a whole and explore …Read More

Basic Microbiology for Small Breweries

This seminar will discuss how to institute basic microbiology practices in a brewery, including how to identify an infection in your brewery and address it. Read More

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